It is a single axle. Also, I noticed that there is no sign of an awning attachment anywhere. Gee, I wish it had been lighter and nicer weather out. Oh well, I'll have to go back again and take a better look.
I think the entire skin is in decent shape, aside from some dents and scratches that don't seem to have actually torn through. It was hard to tell, really. The worst thing is most likely the flood damage to the interior. It must be a real mess.
So now what should I do? What is something like a 1960
Tradwind in yucky shape worth, if I should be lucky enough to find the rightful owner? What should I offer him/her? And if I hauled it away (providing the tires are still decent), what is the best thing to do with it? I don't have the energy or the expertise to restore it myself. Should I just post here that I have it and let it go to the highest bidder? Seems like I should at least get something for my trouble, doesn't it?